Man arrested in mistaken identity case locked in Hawaii mental hospital for two years
USAID chief urges Tigray rebels to exit border regions
US aid chief Samantha Power has called on rebel forces to "immediately" withdraw from two regions bordering Ethiopia's war-hit Tigray, as the conflict threatens to envelop other parts of the country and humanitarian groups struggle to reach cut-off populations....
Barack Obama Scales Back 60th Birthday Party Amid Delta Variant Spread
Originally, more than 400 guests, with an additional 200 hired staff, were expected to be in attendance.
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CDC investigates multi-state outbreak of E. coli linked to cake mix
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it's looking into an E. coli outbreak in 12 states possibly linked to cake mix and advises not eating raw batter.
Arkansas governor says he regrets law banning mask mandates
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said he regretted signing a law banning local mask mandates as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in his state. The governor has called the state Legislature back for an extraordinary session in an attempt to change the law to...
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WHO calls for pause on COVID-19 booster shots in wealthier countries
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Westchester County DA seeks evidence on Cuomo allegations for potential criminal probe
Tyson Foods will require its 120,000 US workforce to get vaccinated
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